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14-week graduate course entitled "Principles of Software Engineering"


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ASSET PROFILE

UNIT NAME
Principles of Software Engineering
VERSION
2.0
ORIGIN
PAL
REVIEW CODE
OK
INET ADDRESS
conn@moncol.monmouth.edu
AUTHOR
Richard Conn
Software Engineering Department
Monmouth University
Cedar Avenue
West Long Branch, NJ 07764
908/571-7501
RIGHTS
Approved for public release; distribution unlimited
COPYRIGHT
Copyright 1995 Richard Conn
LOCATION
PAL

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ABSTRACT

Principles of Software Engineering - SE 504
by Professor Richard Conn
Software Engineering Department
Monmouth University

An introductory, graduate-level course in Software Engineering. This is
a 14-week course by Richard Conn (this is one of two such courses) given
to first-year graduate students in the Masters of Software Engineering
program of the Software Engineering Department at Monmouth University.
Major topics are:

  Software Engineering Overview
  Graphical Notation
  Software Project Management
  Software Requirements
  Software Design
  Programming Language Issues
  Software Reuse
  Software Testing
  Delivery and Maintenance

Software reuse is a recurring theme throughout the course.

Student lecture notes are included in the course material.  The text
of MIL-STD-498, the draft guidelines to tailoring 498, and the DIDs of
498 need to be provided.  Microsoft Word for Windows 6.0 templates of
all the 498 DIDs are included in the course materials.  When printed out,
the student course notebook is about 3 inches thick, single-sided.


REVISION HISTORY

2.0  August 1995  Richard Conn  Initial release to the PAL


RELEASE NOTICE

Approved for public release; distribution unlimited


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